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Women’s Fellowship

The UGCC Women’s Fellowship was originally formed in 1996 at our first worship place, Holy Trinity Bethel Presbyterian church, by Mrs. Baaba Ofosu-Donkoh. The first president was Ms. Janet Mensah. The group started on a good note but could not survive after two years due to some challenges beyond members’ control.

In July 2000, Mrs. Baaba Ofosu-Donkoh again formed an interim committee to revive the group. On August 20, 2000, the first executives were elected namely:

  • President-Florence Ofori-Gyasi
  • Vice President- Freda Appiah
  • Secretary- Louisa Gyandoh
  • Vice Secretary- Ernestina Ackah
  • Financial Secretary- Joana Darko
  • Treasurer- Margaret Owusu Sekyere (Deceased)
  • Women’s Organizer- Sarah Techie-Mensah (later became the second elected president)

Under the able leadership of the executives since 2000, the group became very stable and was considered a member of the National Association of Women’s Fellowship of North America and officially inaugurated in April 2005. The group has been very stable since its second formation in July 2000 and inauguration in 2005, with growth of 56 active members on record. 

Current Executives (August 2017-August 2020)

  • President – Ethel Fefeti
  • Vice President – Comfort Akuffo
  • Secretary – Abena Agyei-Owusu
  • Vice Secretary – Afua Gyarteng
  • Financial Secretary – Freda Appiah
  • Treasurer – Sarah Amo
  • Protocol – Charlotte Cudjoe-Jones
  • Chaplain – Pastor Lyse LaRose Laing


  • Mrs Baaba Ofosu -Donkoh
  • Elder Gina Baah
  • Mrs Esi Oppong Agyare

The Women’s Fellowship is one of the backbones of the church, contributing in church development and promoting activities that will attract more women into church membership and also supports its members and nonmembers in various ways. 

MOTTO: “Momma mo akanea nhyeren”

AIM (BOTAE): Yen botae titiriw ne se yenam yen nkabom ne yen daa asetra pa so beyi yen ho adi se Kristofo pa, Asafo mu, ofie ne guaso, na yenam ne saaye so atwetwe afoforo aba Yesu nkyen”

GREETINGS: “Yehowa nni wo akyi” and “Yehowa nyhira wo”  

SYMBOL: A Lit lamp


  • Provide opportunities for women to deepen their faith and experience spiritual growth and renewal
  • Challenge each woman to use their talents and spiritual gifts for the glory of God in the home, church and community
  • Elevate each other as persons of worth
  • Address concerns of women and mentor women, teens and girls of the church
  • Reaching out to our youth and contribute to the upkeep of our Children’s Ministry
  • To promote community outreach programs.
  • Continuing educational programs on health.